Breast Cancer News
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Six Months After Second Pfizer Vaccine Dose, People With Solid Tumors Have Same COVID-19 Antibody Levels as People Without Cancer
If you’re currently receiving breast cancer treatment and are worried about how effective a COVID-19 vaccine may be for you, this study offers reassuring results.
Read a plain language summary of a study showing that mammograms plus ultrasound seems best for screening dense breasts.
A senator questioned the EPA chief and a group sued the agency after ProPublica and the Guardian revealed that the EPA gave a Chevron refinery approval to make a fuel that could leave people nearby with a 1-in-4 lifetime risk of cancer.
Video explainers on the different types of breast cancer \
Getting accurate information about breast cancer can be tricky. Read on as experts separate myth from fact.
If approved, AOH1996 could be used in combination with existing therapies to both enhance cancer-killing effects and decrease side effects
Metastatic breast cancer is a type of breast cancer that has spread to another part of the body — commonly the brain, bones, liver, or lungs. Learn more here.
The Air Force has detected unsafe levels of a likely carcinogen at underground launch control centers at a Montana nuclear missile base where a striking number of men and women have reported cancer diagnoses.
Discrimination and barriers to cancer care for LGBTQ people can add to the stress of coping with cancer. Learn ways you can advocate for yourself and find the care you deserve.
After controversy surrounding Apeel — a Gates-funded synthetic fungicide and fruit coating — sparked concern over how chemicals are approved in organic products, agribusiness watchdog OrganicEye this week demanded the U.S. Department of Agriculture break Big Food’s...
Breast cancer treatments range from surgeries like lumpectomies and mastectomies to chemotherapy, radiation, and hormone therapy. Learn more.
The breast surgeon who had breast cancer: ‘I used to say, “Don’t Google it.” First thing I did? Google it’
The transition from doctor to patient was hard – and when her cancer came back, she had to find new ways to help people
Canada recently took its first bold step to regulate the production and use of a large group of chemicals called per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, a family of environmentally persistent and toxic chemical compounds.
You have a critical role in determining your breast cancer treatment plan. Here’s how you can work with your doctor.
Experts weigh in on what to expect after nipple-sparing mastectomy and other types of procedures.